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Family of Franklin BARCLAY and Frances WALLACE

Franklin BARCLAY b. 1854 Aug~2656 at Orange Co., NY2656. d. 1927 Nov 124331 at crossing Warburton Ave, Yonkers, NY4331.
Frances WALLACE b. 1870~1242 at Ireland1243. d. 1945 Jul 181243 at Yonkers, New York1243. bd. Mount Hope Cem. Hastings-on-Hudson?, NY1243.

Married1243 18991243 at Toronto, Canada1243.

In 1855, Franklin is listed in a Jun enumeration as 10 months of age. In 1880, Frank resided354 with his parents, "Galton Barcklay" and Caroline, in Brooklyn, NY. He is listed as a fancy goods clerk. In the 1892 state census1238, several people are listed in order in Amsterdam, NY: Frank Barclay, age 37, merchant; Susan Barclay, age 37; Gaston Barclay, age 73; Caroline Barclay, age 75; Inez Barclay, age 9; Jesse Barclay, age 7. It is assumed that Inez and Jessie are children of Frank and Susan.

Frank and his father Gaston are resident1234 in Brooklyn in 1880 and 1882; in Amsterdam, NY, in 18921238; and later in Brooklyn in 18991236.

In 1894, a newspaper article1240 describes a farewell clambake in Amsterdam, NY, in honor of Mr and Mrs Frank Barclay, "who are to leave the city next week,.." Among those listed as attending (in order): Mrs Gaston Barclay, Mr and Mrs Frank Barclay, and Misses Jessie and Inez Barclay.

Susie H Barclay, wife1245 of Frank Barclay, of 398 Fourth St, Brooklyn, died1245 in 1897. In 1899, Frank's mother Caroline (Sease) Barclay died1236, and the funeral services were to be at the residence of her son, 393(8?) Fourth Street.

In 1900891, daughters Inez and Jessie, both listed as "niece," are living in the household of Jessie Thompson (head of family, female, single) with Caroline B Thompson (sister, single). Of note, the address given for that dwelling is 393 Fourth St. Father Frank's sister Harriet (Barclay) Hudson, husband John, their children, and Gaston Barclay (Frank's father) are living a few doors away at 389 Fourth St.

In 1905, Frank Barclay, wife Frances, and his children Inez, Jessie and Lyle, resided1242 at 30 Halley Terrace in Yonkers, NY. In 1920, still residing1244 at that address, Frank and Frances had residing with them Frances' sister Esther Kellow and Esther's husband Martin.

In 1925, Frank and Frances resided2268 in the household of Martin and Esther Kellow in Yonkers.

Frank died4331 as a results of injuries incurred when he was struck by an automobile while crossing Warburton Ave in front of his home. Frank died without leaving a will, and wife Frances was appointed executrix for his estate.

Following husband Frank's death, Frances resided with her sister Esther and Esther's husband Martin Kellow, listed in 1930810 as 976 Hawley Terrace, and in 19402266 as 976 Warburton Ave.

Frances filed4331 for $25,000 damages for negligence when husband Frank died from injuries when struck by an automobile.

354. 1880 Fed Census NY, Kings Co., Brooklyn;
810. 1930 Fed Census NY, Westchester Co., Yonkers;
891. 1900 Fed Census NY, Kings Co., Brooklyn;
1232. 1860 Fed Census NY, Orange Co., Crawford;
1233. 1870 Fed Census NY, Orange Co., Crawford;
1234. Brooklyn (NY) Directory;
1236. Obit - Barclay, Caroline Sease[sic]; pub Jun 13, 1899, Brooklyn Daily Eagle;
1238. 1892 State Census NY, Montgomery Co., Amsterdam;
1240. Barclay, Frank - Farewell Clambake for Mr and Mrs Frank Barclay, pub Sep 5, 1894; Amsterdam (NY) Daily Democrat;
1242. 1905 State Census NY, Westchester Co., Yonkers;
1243. Obit - Barclay, Frances; pub 19 Jul 1945; Herald Statesman (Yonkers NY);
1244. 1920 Fed Census NY, Westchester Co., Yonkers
1245. Obit - Barclay, Susie H, wife of Frank Barclay; pub 16 May 1897; Brooklyn (NY) Daily Eagle;
2266. 1940 Fed Census NY, Westchester Co., Yonkers;
2268. 1925 State Census NY, Westchester Co., Yonkers;
2656. 1855 State Census NY, Orange Co., Crawford;
3060. 1875 State Census NY, Kings Co., Brooklyn;
4331. Barclay, Frank - widow seeks $25,000 damages for negligence in his death, The Yonkers (NY) Statesman, Wed, Sep 26, 1928;